The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) is a global network of individuals
& organisations concerned with the protection, promotion & support of breastfeeding worldwide.
WABA action is based on the Innocenti Declaration, the Ten Links for Nurturing the Future and the
Global Strategy for Infant & Young Child Feeding. WABA is in consultative status with UNICEF & an NGO
in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC).
 

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Name: janelle
E-mail: none
Data: 1/6/2004
Profession:  none
City:  anacortes
Country:  usa
Message:
may i have a waba action folder for world breastfeeding week? i would love it please send it to 3417 s ave anacortes, wa.98221 thank youi love breastfeeding my 8 mo.old it helps reduce the risk of sids my first child died of sids im very lonely and if any one wants a pen pal please wright excuse my spelling i dropped out of school too soon
Name: janelle
E-mail: 
Data: 1/6/2004
Profession:  fisherwomen
City:  anacortes
Country:  usa
Message:
can i nurse while im trying to concive and pregnet?
Name: Louise
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 5/19/2004
Profession:  Homemaker
City:  Glasgow
Country:  Scotland
Message:
I have a five month old daughter and making the decision to breastfeed is one that I will never regret. Breastfeeding is an amazing bonding experience, there is nothing better than seeing your baby thrive knowing that it is all down to you!
Name: Marva Frazier
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 12/5/2004
Profession:  Homemaker
City:  Hesperia
Country:  United States
Message:
I'm a mother of three home birthed and breastfed babies and i am expecting my fourth in Nov. I am always interested in reading about others successes in breastfeeding.
Name: Marva Frazier
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 12/5/2004
Profession:  Homemaker
City:  Hesperia
Country:  Oceana
Message:
I'm a mother of three home birthed and breastfed babies and i am expecting my fourth in Nov. I am always interested in reading about others successes in breastfeeding.
Name: Sandi
E-mail: 
Data: 12/4/2004
Profession:  Nnursing student
City:  Cleveland
Country:  USA
Message:
I'm doing a reaserch paper on the benifits of breast milk verses formula milk. Can you help direct my search?
Name: A.K.Tiwari
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 9/4/2004
Profession:  Social Development
City:  Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
Country:  India
Message:
Information displayed on the web page has helped us to give a programmatic direction to our development interventions. Thanks and keep up the good work.
Name: Elizabeth Cardenas
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 3/31/2004
Profession:  IBCLC, Nutritionist
City:  Mission, Texas
Country:  United States
Message:
Hello,
I would like to be part of your organization, even from this side of the world. I'm mexican by birth and USA citizen, and I will love to share my transcultural experiences.
Name: meghana
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 3/15/2004
Profession:  Banker
City:  bombay
Country:  india
Message:
What a grate site this is.
I have regularly visisted this site & taking the tips.i deliverd last month.My baby Natasha was so qut when she touch his lips to my brest and taking the milk from my brest that is the.Happiest thing in my life. I have decided to give my baby my milk until she intersted.THANKS FOR A WONDERFUL SITE.
Name: Genesee
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 3/13/2004
Profession:  Homemaker
City:  Orange County, California
Country:  USA
Message:
I need some help. I had 2 seizures two days ago (out of the blue, no one can figure it out) and my daughter is 7 1/2 months old. They put me on medication to make sure I don't have another one and I have to stop nursing. I am soooo depressed! I am FULL and hurting.........any advice?!
Name: Jennifer Young
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 2/3/2004
Profession:  Dental Hygienist
City:  Frankfort
Country:  USA
Message:
My 19 month old says "bear boo" and crawls up in my lap smiling when he wants to nurse! He loves breastfeeding! I am so thankful for this precious gift of perfect food (or drink!) I can give him.
Name: manal khorsheed
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 1/29/2004
Profession:  family doctor
City:  jeddah
Country:  saudi arabia
Message:
iam working as a family doctor in primary care setting at the same time iam occuping a job of organizer of breast feeding program at PHC centers of jeddah city & i would like to share in WBW 2004 & iwould like to be amember in your organization please send me application form & the fees for this mebership thankyou dr.Manal Khorsheed KSA
Name: ADETUNJI ADESANYA
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 1/28/2004
Profession:  Health officer
City:  ikeja
Country:  Nigeria
Message:
I am interested in being kept updated on WABA activities and to beplace on your mailing list. Please send me info on the 2004 Breastfeeding World Walk. I love being affiliated with breastfeeding supporters. Keep up the good work! ,if u may grant my vissitation i would be happy of coming over.
Name: Amy Dennis
E-mail: 
Data: 1/27/2004
Profession:  Receptionist
City:  East Sussex
Country:  England
Message:
Hello, great website, u wouldnt believe the trouble ive had with my breasts, they are just far too big, but i have read through your site and it has helped me a lot. Now me and my newborn, Chester, are getting along great! thanks again, hope you go onto helping more and more women like me!!! xxxxxxxx
Name: adejoke alasiri
E-mail: adejokebola2001@ yahoo.co.uk
Data: 1/15/2004
Profession:  access to nursing student
City:  london
Country:  uk
Message:
project on breastfeeding, need information on factors that have been shown to help breastfeeding, and factors that have been shown to be unhelpful to breastfeeding.
Name: Tanya Schneeberger
E-mail: DaffyDuckOnly@aol
Data: 1/14/2004
Profession:  Massage Thearpist
City:  Kenosha Wisconsin
Country:  U.S.A.
Message:
I am a mother of an 7 month old beautiful girl. And I plan to breastfeed for a fill year.My guestion is how will I tell when she is done breastfeeding for good I dont want to stop to soon or to late. Also I think that breastfeeding mothers should be reconized more often for nursing its a hard thing to do.
Name: Aita Sarr Cisse
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 8/1/2004
Profession:  PhD student in Food and Nutrition Sciences
City:  Dakar
Country:  Senegal
Message:
Dear all
I'm a PhD student in Nutrition and I'm working on the effect of breast milk quantity and quality on child and maternal nutritionnal status at 3 months post partum.
Great site, keep up the good work. Best regards
Name: TRISH ROBINSON
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 5/1/2004
Profession:  midwife/neonatal nurse
City:  NOTTINGHAM
Country:  NOTTS
Message:
I am a Transitional Care sister at the Nottingham Queens Medical centre. its good to know there are people out there who are ardent supporters of breastfeeding. Keep up the gpood work. Regards. Trish
Name: Tana F.
E-mail: [email protected]
Data: 2/1/2004
Profession:  Nursery Nurse
City:  Irving, TX
Country:  USA
Message:
My goal is to get all the moms who deliver at my workplace to at least try breastfeeding and be informed of the benefits as well as convenience before they decide how to feed their child.

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